I had cancer, a social network for life

I had cancer, a social network for life

We could speak at length and relaxed about the benefits of group actions to overcome pain, reaching the conclusion that, whatever challenge or test life throws us through, it is easier to cope if we have the company and enrichment of the group. If we extrapolate this definition to the social networks and we analyze the benefits that, specifically for cancer patients and survivors, underlie the interaction in the media, it is not surprising that initiatives from some communities such as KnowCncer and Cancer of the planet are well received, aimed at the youngest victims. Now, those who daily fight their battle against this fierce enemy, have a new social network, a portal that has been launched in beta form and which must be accessed by invitation. There are 250 invitations available for those who register. The code to access is C55484 and the registered people will be informed of the launch. I had cancer was founded by a team of cancer survivors from New York who started with a blog and became a macro community where people with stories of the disease helped and were helped by those who had the same experiences. allows its members to create profiles, tell their stories, as well as contact other people close to you, with the same type of cancer, of your age group or gender. A great bet that is sure to be the best medicine for all those survivors who, simply, bet on life. You can see his presentation video on Youtube. Goes: Techcrunch